Coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix MotoGP race at the Twin Ring circuit in Motegi, the second round of the season. Presented by Matt Roberts with commentary by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. Re-run at 2pm.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races 3.50-6.05am, followed by a re-run (re-run not on Freeview)
The duo need to acquire dandruff.
Followed by The Owl
Ashes to Ashes actors Dean Andrews and Marshall Lancaster, and Primeval actors Jason Flemyng and Laila Rouass, join Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: Â£3.10
The judges decide which of the Northern Ireland chefs will reach the final. Shown last Friday
Further live coverage of the 29th staging of the annual event. Highlights at 6pm.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage, with a choice of races from 8.30am until 4pm
Costume drama: page 32
A re-run of the Japanese Grand Prix MotoGP race.
Digital viewers can watch a re-run from 11pm tonight until 9am tomorrow
Second-round action from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. With Ray Stubbs, Steve Davis and John Parrott. Digital viewers can access live coverage with a choice of two tables, from 10am to 11pm (from 11.45am on Freeview, with only one table available until 12.30pm)
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Masood uncovers the truth.
Cast on Thu and Fri
Highlights of the 29th staging of the annual race, featuring approximately 35,000 runners representing all levels of ability. Presented by Jonathan Edwards. Executive producer Martin Webster ; Editor Jo McCusker
The second sessions in two world championship second-round matches from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. World number five John Higgins or qualifier Michael Holt will be facing either Joe Perry or Jamie Cope, while last year's losing finalist
Allister Carter or the 33rd ranked Gerard Greene will be playing either Australian left-hander Neil Robertson or Crucible veteran Steve Davis. Digital viewers can access live coverage from both two tables. 10amnpm (from 11.45am on Freeview, with one table only until 12.30pm)
Tonight's challenge is to make an ordinary second-hand car lap the test track as fast as a brand new, purpose-built sports saloon. James May finds out why the Finns are such good racing drivers, and Mark Wahlberg is the Hollywood Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Executive producer Andy Wilman www.topgear.com BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: available monthly, Â£3.95
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
George Best had the world at his feet thanks to his amazing footballing ability. But the glamour-studded career of the famous winger was to destroy the life not only of Best himself, but also of the family he left behind in Belfast. At the same time as high-living is beginning to take its toll on George's career, this factual drama follows the descent of his mother into alcoholism and its effects on the whole family.
Writer Terry Cafolla ; Producer/Director Colin Barr Signed repeat on Tuesday at 2.20am on BBC1 Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel tomorrow at 10pm
Digital satellite and cable viewers can press red at the end of the drama to see a documentary from 1971 in which Hugh Mcllvanney explores the crossroads that George Best had reached in that year
Michael Parkinson on his friend George Best: p14
Highlights from today's two Premier League matches, which saw Arsenal hosting Middlesbrough and Blackburn Rovers taking on Wigan Athletic.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth
The talk show host presents a mix of comedy monologues, celebrity chat and eccentric characters. Extended repeat from last Thursday
22/25; series three. Turn and Face the Strange. HRG's life spirals out of control.
Shown last Monday Regular cast on page 70 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Highlights of this evening's second-round matches from the Crucible. <s)
Harry Gration presents action from round 11 of the Super
League. Shown at 11.30am on BBC2 North